Question about 1996 Jeep Cherokee
Here's a link to one of many parts places, complete with a diagram you can use to identify and order the broken part. There are several components to the clutch pedal unit. Study this diagram and see if you can identify the broken piece. Then you can order it, and either take it to a trusted mechanic or do it yourself. Your local auto parts store can order as well.
PEDAL CLUTCH CHEROKEE Fits 1996 JEEP CHEROKEE
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
WITH ENGINE ON & RUNNING and you are able to shift to any & or all Gears and with this theres,
No Clutch Engagement Upon Releasing Clutch
With Info Provided seems that you have 1 or all 3
of the Fallowing and they all Should be Replaced as A Set even if on lt 1 of them has Failed
This Solution is Answering the SOLE Question ask, Barring No other Problems have or did Happen such as Noises Ran out Of Trans Lube. if it is the Clutch that has Failed and you are unable to Perform the Repair yyourself, DO SHOP AROUND get 5 or more Estimates as the Fee Will Vary Sometimes very wide gaps in fee's
and also Try and Purchase the Parts yourself Due to the Tremendous Markup of parts at Shops
I Hope I have Answered you Question to your satisfaction and if you have any more questions Feel free to Ask Me
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
has your brake pedal seem to be stiffer than usual? the sound you hear is from the brake booster if it has a leak it will cause a noise but you would have a stiffer pedal because the booster is loosing vacuum.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
There is a screw-in plug about half-way up the rear center section on either the cover plate, or on either side. When the plug is taken out, stick a finger into the hole and crook the end down (about 1/2 to 3/4 inch), then remove it from the hole and look at the end of the finger. It should have some oil covering it (not just a smear). If nothing, go to a lube shop and have them top it up. You can do this yourself, but it requires a pump and a bottle of differential oil. Some bottles come with a long spigot which eliminates the pump requirement. If topping the oil up doesn't stop the noise, then the rear end probably needs some bearings or gears. It may be cheaper to find another rear end from a wrecking yard than to repair this one.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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